Argentina, Brazil to liberalize auto trade after talks stall


SAO PAULO, June 27 (Reuters) - Argentina and Brazil have failed to reach an agreement extending a car trade pact before a June 30 deadline and will therefore revert to more liberal bilateral commerce while they work on alternatives, a Brazilian government official told Reuters. "There is no definition. In principle a free trade regime will kick in as of Monday," said a Brazilian official on Thursday who is close to the negotiations but who asked not to be identified as he was ...


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